Certain Hematologic Malignancies Increase Head/Neck Tumors

PORTLAND, OR—With more than 1.3 million people in the United States having been diagnosed with a hematologic malignant tumor currently or in remission, previous research has suggested an increased risk of secondary neoplasms. Yet, the report in JAMA Otolaryngoly said...

VA Study: Anemia Often Overlooked in IBD Patients

HOUSTON—Anemia is a common complication of inflammatory bowel disease, and existing guidelines urge vigilance for the condition. Yet, according to a study in Digestive Diseases & Sciences, it is frequently undertreated, resulting in the prevalence remaining high.1...

Tracking Major Hemorrhage Risk Factors in CLL Patients

COLUMBIA, SC—Understanding that chronic lymphocytic leukemia patients are at increased risk for major hemorrhage, a study published in Cancer Medicine examined incidence of and risk factors for MH in CLL patients before introduction of newer CLL therapies such as...